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Campaign `80 / Pennsylvania / Michigan #269888

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Apr 13, 1980
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(Studio) Impt. of Pennsylvania primary on 22nd to both parties noted, and important of Michigan contest to Democrat cands. cited.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Detroit, Michigan) Split in Michigan Democratic party with regard to Carter-Kennedy race introduced [UAW member Dennis TRUHIGH - expresses support for Edward Kennedy.] [Michigan Edward Association teacher Gail NOLAN - supports Carter.] Caucus system in Michigan described. Michigan said to have biggest bloc of delegates chosen by smallest number of voters. [Democrat State Committee spokesperson Morley WINOGRAD - defends Michigan caucus system.] [Kennedy Michigan campaign worker Joe CRANGLE - criticizes Carter administration mentioning unemployment and inflation.] [Detroit Mayor Coleman YOUNG - expresses opposition to Kennedy.] [UAW spokesperson Irving BLUESTONE - comments on closeness of race.]

Dean, Morton;
Faw, Bob

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